[Disclosure: I received an advance copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.]
In January, I revisited my YouTube channel, but I found myself struggling. A friend recommended several social media mavens with video channels, but the first name on the list became my primary resource. Enter The Vlog Boss, Amy Schmittauer. She’s a YouTube content creator, keynote speaker, and now a best selling author. When the opportunity arrived for interested parties to read and review her book, I didn’t think twice about it.
Written like your having an open dialogue with a trusted friend or beloved mentor!
Last week, I mentioned the killer print sale by WWE’s Artist-in-Residence, Rob Schamberger, and I snapped up a handful of prints I previously missed out on due to hesitation1. My Black Friday shopping happened two weeks late, but I got such an incredible deal. Actually, I got more than I bargained for because someone decided to make a little holiday magic. If you don’t believe in holiday magic, let me prove you wrong right now because someone intercepted my holiday letter!
Back in October, inspiration surged and I finally found the design scheme for my master suite. The silver walls of my bedroom inspired an unconventional theme, yet many of my friends weren’t surprised about my decision to make it wrestling themed! Previously, I talked about finding an aesthetic which would hopefully keep my Final Boss Stage from looking like a 14-year-old boy’s bedroom. I’ve sang my Rob Schamberger praises before, and I am getting ready to warm up the ole pipes again because just in time for the holidays, Mr. Schamberger announced a fantastic print sale1!
Subscription boxes are currently all the rage, and you can find an overwhelming number of options, interests and fandoms available. I have the hardest time committing to subscription boxes because not only do I get overwhelmed by the choices available, but I also due to my inability to relinquish purchasing power to others. Here and there, I have felt the twinges of non-buyer’s remorse when certain items have cropped up, but by and large avoiding the sub box rabbit hole has been a blessing. That being said, I’ve managed to find three that I would gladly dive into, given the opportunity.
I did a review for a fitness box previously, here’s my take on BuluBox1.
It’s been quite sometime since I’ve given thought to who I would invite to dinner. Ever since the summer, the second half of the year blurred into December. Where did 2016 go?! With the one year anniversary of my establishment of The Lil House of the Nerdy, I thought it was high time to think about who I would ask Santa to invite to my house for a girls’ night in1!